A quiet, humble man remembered for his kindness, gentleness and humanity, as well as for being a scholar and a writer.
People and personalities from Lunigiana, Italy
Julia tells us about her work and her interest in Lunigiana.
Returning from lunch on Sunday, we came across a film crew at the entrance of the borgo of Malgrate.
Glenn Turner, walking solo from Canterbury to Rome, following the Via Francigena, arrives in Filetto.
Luigi Terroni could never have guessed that his destiny was to found London’s first Italian delicatessen.
He loved to play the banjo. He played it whenever he could.
Did King Edward II of England seek refuge under the protection of the Malaspina family in Mulazzo in the 14th century?
The fabulous soprano from Aulla is holding a rare concert in Lunigiana on Friday, 2 August 2013